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in the united states, but look what's happening. the market just keeps laughing it off and going up in the face of danger, all of the indices are up today. as cheryl and i were talking, they did come down a little bit. it was triple digits in the dow a little earlier in the day, it came down from that point but still a 69-point gain b is quite impressive. all of the indices, nasdaq the smallest of the gainers today, just up .02%, but russell 2000 up as well. when the bell rings, the action begins, a former hedge fund manager who says the federal reserve does have a secret weapon that a lot of people aren't talking about that it could fire this week. it's not more money printing we're talking about. also, we have a fox business exclusive interview with legendary investor mark babier, he's going to outline the five reasons why he thinks equities could fall, but first, today's data download. stocks ended the day in the green but well off session highs. energy and financials were the best performing sectors while consumer staples and utilities did lag. the dow hit its highest level since december 2
plenty of reserve to do that. we are in a below average economy here in the united states. a slight recession in europe. slowing gdp growth in emerging economies. it is a tough environment. >> very tough indeed, thank you. liz: gel, we were check back with you in a few minutes we do the federal reserve announcing another round of money easing. peter barnes is sitting down exclusively with boston fed president eric rosencrantz. here is what he had to say about he thinks how it will affect the economy. >> i think it will have a material impact and they're a number of ways it can happen. one is in the housing market, rates are low, but we are starting to see in the markets that prices are starting to go up. if you think that the federal reserve program will last for a certain period of time, there is the same thing when purchasing a large building. interest rates may start rising as the economy improves. that is exactly the kind of behavior we are hoping for. liz: mark olson is a former federal reserve or governor. you heard what he said. a very important interview. he truly feels that
in the united states, and we think larger caps are the place to be. liz: where in the larger cap space? are there particular sectors you like? particular names? >> well, within the large cap, we believe in a broader based investment strategy, well diversified. a couple of sectors we like is health care and the other is real estate despite huge runups with home builders. we think that recovery is just at its infancy, and really won't peak out for another four or five years in the real estate market. a couple sectors we think have real legs to grow much higher. david: david, back to you. we have a credit crunch going on. the fed, both the fed and politicians, try to make sure we don't have the same kind of bubble in housing we did before. large companies can get around this in a way small companies can't going directly into the markets themselves. for that reason, would you prefer a large cap company over a small cap company right now? >> yes, absolutely. for the reasons you cite. number one, they do have access to credit. number two, they do have strong balance sheets, clean, and a lot
thing about british health care, it was messy awful hospital compared to any i've been to in the united states but they have 1/10 as many malpractice suits. because the loser pays. if you bring a frivolous lawsuit you have to pay. should we have the system here. >> i think so. we have number of corrections to make. wouldn't hurt the person who had the hurt if you will. might take a little bit, a few dollars out of the lawyers revenues from that but it's the right way to go. if you have courts which are professional courts that know what they're doing and sort out the questionable claims from the real claims that would be a big help. the other aspect just to say. david: sure. >> you both get reduction in premiums and get less defensive medicine which is extremely costly. david: a lot of these things are keeping a lot of doctors out of practice. some people are pulling in their shingles. they're leaving practice entirely. a lot of people who might have thought about many billioning doctors are not becoming doctors. we have a terrible shortage. look at this, $130,000 short by 2015. that is
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